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11-23-2021, 10:59 AM
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(11-03-2021 07:53 PM)KlaasKuperus Wrote:  Dear user-group,

I am the technical and educational lead for calculators at Moravia Consulting. I’d like to share some additional background on the recent changes. Starting November 1, 2021, Moravia Consulting (https://hpcalcs.com/), along with Royal Consumer Information Products (https://hpofficesupply.com/) are the official licensees for HP calculators. Royal will focus on markets in the Americas and Moravia will focus on all other markets. As Official Licensees, both companies are collaborating in the production, distribution, marketing, and support of HP branded calculators. We are collaborating closely with HP to assure that all HP branded products meet HP’s quality, reliability, safety, social and environmental requirements. Both Royal and Moravia have a long history in the calculator and office markets and have been HP partners for more than 30 years.

Our mutual goal is to bring HP calculators back to where they belong, at the top. We are currently in a transition period, where it can happen that websites will show outdated or incorrect information. We apologize for any inconvenience and if this is the case, we do appreciate your input very much. Feel free to respond to this post, send me a DM or use e-mail at info@hpcalcs.com (for Moravia) or info@hpofficesupply.com (for Royal). We are taking your input very seriously.

On the topic of (re-)launching new models: yes, we are looking into this. This could involve completely new lines or previous models. It will also be improvements of current models. This we will inform you about as soon as there is final information to share.

Looking forward, rest assured that there is a full team of dedicated experts and HP-enthusiasts such as myself available to make sure the transition and the introduction of new models will be a success.

Again, any questions, comments, concerns or compliments (these we like most) are more than welcome! We will be reading along on this forum, but suggestions like the ones in this topic are preferred to be sent by email.

Thank you for all your ongoing support,

Klaas Kuperus

This sounds like it might be promising! I am optimistic. Please make an HP 51g with the Enter key in the proper place and I will pay $150 for it.
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11-23-2021, 12:00 PM
Post: #42
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(11-22-2021 08:22 PM)KlaasKuperus Wrote:  Good question! I can assure you: we're reading along. Wink It's not just me, it's a team of over 30 people involved in the calculator business. We are still working with the known HP people and have hired very competent people to take a place in the development team for Prime, but also for other models that we're looking at currently. Plus, we are less 'hampered by confidentiality clauses' maybe.

On top, we've launched a bug-tracker tool for HP Prime, that we are currently expanding to inviting users outside our team, including some users from this forum. When you have bugs to report, or enhancements to make and feel you want a role here; feel free to let me know by PM!
Thank you very much for your answer. We are clearly at a crossroads. I sincerely hope that, thanks to your team, the future of this HP Prime is now assured. Also reassuring, if I understood your text correctly, that you are in contact with the historical team that created the HP-Prime.
Where can I find the link to the Bug Tracking and Improvement Proposals site? Unless the private email solution is currently the encouraged method?
There are a few of us here looking forward to the next firmware update!
Come and visit us here as often as possible to share with us what is possible for you to share!
Have a nice day !
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11-23-2021, 12:42 PM (This post was last modified: 11-23-2021 05:41 PM by dg1969.)
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(11-23-2021 10:59 AM)Sukiari Wrote:  This sounds like it might be promising! I am optimistic. Please make an HP 51g with the Enter key in the proper place and I will pay $150 for it.

I have successively owned an HP-28s, an HP-48G then an HP-48GX a 49G finally an HP-50G… I, too, was quite disappointed in 2013 when I discovered the limitations of the HP RPL possibilities -Prime… The clear separation between the numeric part and CAS… But today, all that is only a distant memory. The speed of this small machine is really extra, the touch screen effectively compensates for certain shortcomings and makes the algebraic mode very pleasant ... Before asking for a 51G, I would especially like to see this HP-Prime evolve clearly, whose potential is enormous!

- Soft-menus should be fully functional and configurable! And from which we could trigger small programs, and yes why not in RPL mode... Too many keystrokes during repetitive tasks like unit conversion management ...
- But for "bigger" programs then no regrets to be able to forget the RPL and yes to the python language and HPPL! Provided you have a computer application, of course ...
- An "adult; o)" version without this exam mode ...
- An improved "feature plotting" application to place families of curves with one parameter:
Code:
F1(X)={a,b,c}*X^2+{d, e, f}*X+1
where a, b, c… are reals producing here 3 curves in one entry…
Code:
a*X^2+d*X+1
for the first one…
- I created a small application based on "the application of plots of functions" and I would have liked to be able to add in the 2D graphics space, in the coordinate system of the plot, in a programmed way, small geometric elements ( circles, lines, (texts)…) persistent during zooming or translation operations based on touch functions…
Ok this is not the right place to list these kinds of proposals ...
I am waiting for the link to this "bug tracking site and suggestions for improvements"
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11-23-2021, 05:53 PM
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(11-22-2021 08:22 PM)KlaasKuperus Wrote:  
(11-21-2021 11:07 AM)dg1969 Wrote:  Sir,
I follow the news about this HP Prime with great attention ...
[..]
We do not know anything about the competence or the size of the development teams put at the service of this project ... I am a little worried, and I admit that I would need to be reassured other than by speeches of good intentions ...

Good question! I can assure you: we're reading along. Wink It's not just me, it's a team of over 30 people involved in the calculator business. We are still working with the known HP people and have hired very competent people to take a place in the development team for Prime, but also for other models that we're looking at currently. Plus, we are less 'hampered by confidentiality clauses' maybe.

On top, we've launched a bug-tracker tool for HP Prime, that we are currently expanding to inviting users outside our team, including some users from this forum. When you have bugs to report, or enhancements to make and feel you want a role here; feel free to let me know by PM!

It good to hear there will be a large dedicated team . Some effort needs to be made to raise the profile of the Prime. This list of top graphing calculators for 2021 does not even feature it ..
https://abovehouse.com/best-graphing-calculators/

Numworks gets a mention as "changing the graphing calculator game. Unlike the older looking, clunky, dull models that dominate testing centers, Numworks has come out with a sleek, light, ultra-fast calculator with an eye-pleasing color display."

The TI-89 Titanium is listed as "best graphing calc for electrical engineering, mechanical engineer, physics, and AP physics." And is commended for its massive memory of 2.7MB.
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